• Ferguson activist found dead in burning car

    Ferguson activist found dead in burning car

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    Louis. Missouri detectives have not determined a motive or identified any witnesses in an investigation into the death of a man who led protests in the city of Ferguson following the fatal 2014 shooting of Michael Brown by a law enforcement officer, police said on Wednesday.
  • Around 100 injured in clashes in Indian Kashmir

    Around 100 injured in clashes in Indian Kashmir

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    Several people were earlier injured after forces fired pellets and tear gas shells to disperse protesters in Pinjura village of the district. Two more youths have died in fresh violence taking the toll to 75 in the Kashmir unrest since July 9, a day after Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) commander Burhan Wani and two other militants were killed in an encounter in Anantnag.
  • Obama cancels Philippines meeting after 'whore' comment

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    President Obama is shrugging off a rude remark from his Philippine counterpart, but the outburst from Rodrigo Duterte could derail a scheduled meeting between the two leaders this week. "President Putin's less colourful", Mr Obama said, comparing him with Mr Duterte. Mr. Duterte, 71, was elected in May after promising to wage an unprecedented war on illegal drugs.
  • Alex Noren wins European Masters in playoff with Scott Hend

    Alex Noren wins European Masters in playoff with Scott Hend

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    Willett shared 12th with Fisher, who eagled both the seventh and ninth holes in his bogey-free 63, while Chris Wood - the other Ryder Cup debutant in action over the weekend - picked up four shots in as many holes from the 14th to salvage a 70 which left him on two under for the tournament.
  • Uzbekistan bids farewell to long-ruling President Karimov

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    Tashkent officially declared President Karimov's death on September 2, following unconfirmed rumors about his demise that had been emerging for several days. According to the Uzbek constitution, the senate chairman, in this case Yuldashev, should serve as governmental caretaker, in the event that the president dies in office or is incapacitated, until new elections are organized.
  • Couple wanted in California killing arrested in Colorado

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    Investigators said Humphrey, 22, and Robertson, 27 - who are considered persons of interest in Harvill's death and are wanted for kidnapping the children - should be regarded as armed and risky. A couple suspected of kidnapping three children in California on Sunday, are now in police custody. The body of Kimberly Harvill was found August 14 in some brush by a motorist traveling along Gorman Post Road, north of State Route 138, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department reported.
  • Obama cuts short the sentences of 111 federal inmates

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    Tuesday saw Obama commute 111 more federal sentences, the majority of which were issued for nonviolent drug charges. White House Counsel Neil Eggleston said the commutations underscored the president's commitment to using his clemency authority to give deserving individuals a second chance.